Land and Sea; Black and White


Martinique Beach Provincial Park, Nova Scotia
Martinique Beach is a 5 kilometer expanse of lovely sand beach, surrounded by areas of protected dunes. It sits at the end of a seemingly endless 12 kilometer road, but is very much worth the drive. The dunes are protected, with 8 access points much like the one below. We arrived early on a misty morning; the air was cooler than the water (warmer than ours at the Jersey shore because of its closer proximity to the Gulf Stream), so the beach was full of mist, and the light was luminous. Absolutely magic. There were still lifes aplenty, which I will be sharing over the upcoming weeks.
I will return there, hopefully!



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